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Baja Dogs La Paz, Inc. This means no member of our team is paid a salary — in fact — many of our team members reach into their own pockets to buy food, veterinary care, and otherwise help fund the needs of the rescued dogs in La Paz. It is impossible to list everyone who helps with our program.
There are many who volunteer to drive dogs to the airport, pick dogs up from the airport, provide overnight foster care, etc. We are grateful to each and every one of them for their support. Our board members often serve as Pet Escorts transporting our rescued dogs to their forever homes, foster homes, liaisons to forge new relationships with rescue groups in the US and Canada, and in countless other ways to help the rescued dogs of La Paz.
Most female street dogs were pregnant, some dogs were starving, and many were infested with ticks and mange. In some sad cases, dogs with owners who barely had enough to feed their own families had very little funds left over to care for the family pet. When my husband and I bought our La Paz home in we did what we could for many of the street dogs.
We always carried a huge bag of food in our back seat to share with any dog that looked hungry. We kept a tub of water outside our front gate. Many times we took dogs that were beyond help to the local veterinarian — most times to be put down.
We donated money to our vet to use to spay stray female dogs — which were again returned to the streets where it was survival of the fittest. When vacationing in La Paz, I started volunteering at a local refuge by walking dogs and doing anything else I could to help out.